A History of Greece, Volume 7

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J.M. Dent & Company, 1906 - Greece
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Contents

HISTORICAL GREECE
1
Terror and affliction at Athens 381 Harassing operations of the Athenians
4
Truck for one yearRenewal of terior of Macedonia
12
Conditions of the truce 7 Contrast between Grecian and bar
18
Revolt of Mend from AthensBrasi tineia and Tegea
24
By the terms of the alliance Athens
37
Expiration of the truce for one year hoplitesthe defeat at Amphipolis
45
To prosecute the war vigorously in with the other
51
Exploits of Duketiushe is defeated sembly held by the Athenians
192
Sicilian citiestheir condition and tionardour and unanimity in refer
199
From the Resolution of the Athe armament
228
Informations given incommissioners the persons imprisoned
237
Solemnities of parting on shipboard fanation of the Eleusinian mysteries
243
Reply of Athenagoras the popular operations of the Sicilian armament
249
He determines to take up his winter essential to the effective future pro
280
Hermokrates and Euphemuscounter Danger of the Athenian Circle
287

Dispositions of Nikias and the peace Amphipolis
57
New combinations in Peloponnesus
64
Remonstrances of Lacedaemonian
72
The Lacedaemonians emancipate
79
Failure of the embassy of Nikias at against the Arcadian town of Orcho
125
The Eleians exclude the Spartan of the Skiritae on the left
131
near Epidaurus
139
Congress at Mantineia for peacethe Achaia
146
Tardy arrival of Alkibiades Laches bolus
153
Gradual desuetude of the ostracism as Defeat of the Messenians by
180
Place which it occupies in the general the aid of Syracuse
186
From the Commencement of the couraging reports
293
Unaccountable inaction of Nikias ib nians at sea
319
Discouragement of Nikias and the battle renewed
326
Resolution of Sparta to invade At in the flight
333
Military operations of ancient times
351
Commencement of the retreatharass
359
CHAPTER LXI
373
Last news of the Athenians from
379
Motions of King Agis 384 Fresh Peloponnesian forces arrivethe
404
Dismay occasioned at Athens by the Tissaphernes concluded by
411
Expedition of the Chians against daemonian officers
417

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